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Tuesday, June 6th, 2006
Period of Product Use:
3 months 6 of 6 people found this review helpful.
Paintball Experience: More than 5 years
Similar Products Used: None... with this gun set up.
Marker Setup: Tippmann A5
Tippmann Double Trigger
Tippmann Flat Line Barrel
Tippmann Responce Trigger
32 DEGREES COILED REMOTE
A5 Offset Hopper Adapter
A5 Tac -Cap Loader
Palmer Palmer Stablizer
Pure Energy 20oz Co2 Tank
Strengths: Easy to install... Consistent shots again and again.
Weaknesses: It is a bit long, but easy to get use to.
That's about it !
Review: Regarding installation.. A drawing detailing what was said would have been very nice !
Reduced my velocity falls and jumps from + - 20 to + - 5 after going through a case of paint.
Not seeing my shots drop after I shoot 15 in rapid fire is also nice....
If your not going HPA... $$$$ This is a necessary upgrade for your gun.... I paid 95.00 and it was well worth it !
I was thinking of getting the attachable pressure guage for it, just to monitor my pressure, but not really necessary.
If I do decide to later go HPA, It wont hurt to have it on the marker!
Conclusion: If you want or need consistency in your distance, accuracy and ease of setup for the game... get this easy to install unit ! PALMER A-5 STABILIZER KIT
10 out of 10 Last edited on Sunday, December 10th, 2006 at 10:24 pm PST
Hey man, I thought regulators dont do anything when your using C02? I thought they only work for Compressed air, and the expansion chambers were for C02???
the palmer is the only reg built to get rid of all liquid co2 works way better then x chambers
It is more or less an Expansion Chamber / Regulator.... It has chambers in it so your liquid and gas stay separated giving you a FULL chamber of gas every shot ( Expansion Chamber ) , yet you can increase / decrease the chamber size by an adjustment screw at the bottom of the unit ( Regulator ).
Last edited on Sunday, December 10th, 2006 at 10:31 pm PST
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